Australia has given the world one of the biggest names in hard rock history in AC/DC. But now a new face from Down Under has emerged, as an 8-year-old girl named Juliet is bringing the rock with her new track, 'My First Hardcore Song.'

Australia is home to some of the heaviest underground bands in the world such as the Berzerker and Portal, but the figurative steel ceiling of how sonically heavy music can be has just been shattered. The young Juliet just released 'My First Hardcore Song' earlier today (Jan. 19), and if you think you've heard it all when it comes to underground music, think again.

With her high shrieks that would make Cradle of Filth's Dani Filth blush and a captivating spoken-word style mixed with poetic lyrics in the vein of Bob Dylan, Juliet is about to take the world by storm. The hardcore whippersnapper paints a complex mental picture with shades of thought-provoking subtext in 'My First Hardcore Song,' regaling audiences with tales of her pet dog Robert and her smelly fish tank.

What's even more intriguing is that Juliet's genius defies the very principals of perception, as she does not possess a sense of smell. How does she know her fish stink you ask? Our Biology division is currently working on finding the answer.

In the meantime, check out the official music video for Juliet's 'My First Hardcore Song,' and make sure to have a towel handy to wipe up the splattered brains after your mind has been blown.

Check Out Juliet's 'My First Hardcore Song'